Graphic design and multiplicity from gullies to high streets
conceptualized & designed by Bombay Duck Designs
foreword by Srila Chatterjee
introduction by Zeenat Kulavoor and Sameer Kulavoor
contributions from Khorshed Deboo, Kay Khoo, Anusha Narayanan, and Kaiwan Mehta
Everyday India is an illustrated documentation of printed and painted graphic design samples, designed in India for homegrown products, services, and properties. It is a collection of iconic, nostalgic, familiar, unfamiliar, accidental, and intentional graphic design. These designs scream for our attention from gullies to the high streets, in malls, supermarkets, and kirana shops, on screens, and in print.
This project looks at design beyond the confines of ‘file dimensions’ and spillage of graphic art and design onto the streets, where the formal and informal meet. It is also an inquiry into where design ends and art begins and vice versa and the overlaps between the two.
Medium/Material: Hard Bound with exposed Section-Sewn Binding, Smyth sewn binding.
2 sheets of stickers by Bombay Duck Designs
From an edition of 350 copies
Hardcover | 284 pages | Printed and Published in Mumbai, India | 2023